London, South Kensington
27 November 2007
A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD WHATNOT
SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY
Of four rectangular open tiers with reeded finials, turned supports and a drawer on turned legs with brass capped castors, the drawer stamped 'M.WILLSON 68 GREAT QUEEN STREET'
56in. (143cm.) high; 21½in. (55cm.) wide; 18in. (46cm.) deep
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The stamp is that of Mary Willson, see note to lot 181 and Christopher Gilbert, The Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture, 1700 - 1840, Leeds, 1996.
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